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Nicholas Bethell • 13 Items / 5 Books, 6 Articles, 2 Reviews
The Last Secret (1974)
The Delivery to Stalin of Over Two Million Russians by Britain and the United...
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Published Reviews
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    International Politics, Law, and Organization (Review)
    The Last Secret, by Nicholas Bethell
    1. The Last Secret by Nicholas Bethell
    American Political Science Review, September 1977, p. 1278
  2. Books
    Officially Sanctioned Treachery (Review)
    The Last Secret, by Nicholas Bethell
    1. The Last Secret by Nicholas Bethell
    National Review, February 28, 1975, p. 231
  3. Books
    Briefly Noted (4 Reviews)
    Families and Survivors, by Alice Adams
    1. Families and Survivors by Alice Adams
    2. Blood Red, Sister Rose by Thomas Keneally
    3. The Last Secret by Nicholas Bethell
    4. No Loaves, No Parables by Clifford Adelman
    The New Yorker, February 10, 1975, pp. 115-118
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    Recent Books on International Relations (14 Reviews)
    The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe
    1. The Sealed Train by Michael Pearson
    2. Political Undercurrents in Soviet Economic Debates by Moshe Lewin
    3. Stalin und Hitler by Sven Allard
    4. The Last Secret by Nicholas Bethell
    5. Soviet Policy Toward India by Robert H. Donaldson
    6. Soviet Policy Towards Pakistan and Bangladesh by Jagdish P. Jain
    7. Russia and Black Africa Before World War II by Edward Thomas Wilson
    8. To Defend These Rights by Valery Chalidze
    9. How Communist States Change Their Rulers by Myron Rush
    10. Memoirs by Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty
    11. East Central Europe Between the Two World Wars by Joseph Rothschild
    12. Nonalignment and Socialism by Lars Nord
    13. Social Change and Stratification in Eastern Europe by Alexander J. Matejko
    14. Radio and Television Broadcasting in Eastern Europe by Burton Paulu
    Foreign Affairs, April 1975, p. 592